The Tire Plugger brings a whole new technology to emergency tubeless tire repairs. It repairs punctures from the inside/out! The gun drives the plug into the hole and then expands under pressure to plug the puncture. The mushroom head seats on the inner wall assuring a tight fit, allowing no air to escape.
Motorcycle Tubeless Tire Punture Kits
This is a review of the top 3 motorcycle tubeless tire punture kits
available on the market. I fully test all 3 types and as you will see, when
I submerge the tire under water and interesting result is found. Cheers...
All 3 punture kits are available for purchase online, just search google
and they all come up.
To purchase the Stop & Go Tyre Plugger see here:
How to plug a tubeless motorcycle tire
Watch us pop a tubeless motorcycle tire! Then we will take you step-by-step
through the process of fixing the damage we caused. You can find all of the
products necessary to plug a tire at JC Motors - Where Riders Get Deals!
Tips for successfully using the Stop n Go Tire Plugger
The Tire Plugger brings a whole new technology to emergency tubeless tire
repairs. It repairs punctures from the inside/out! The gun drives the
plug into the hole and then expands under pressure to plug the puncture.
The mushroom head seats on the inner wall assuring a tight fit, allowing no
air to escape.
The Dynaplug® Pro
Machined with precision on our HAAS CNC lathe from either billet 6061
aluminum or 303 stainless steel, the Dynaplug® Pro won't let you down.
It's waterproof storage compartment stows repair plugs, insertion tubes,
clearing attachment, and air stopper. It also comes with a handy storage
Engineered for repairing punctures in tubeless tires for cars, trucks,
motorcycles, scooters, campers, motor homes, RVs and garden tractors with a
maximum tire thickness of 1-1/8" and a minimum thickness of 3/16" at the
point of the puncture. Easy-to-use, neat and clean. No need for "reamers,"
messy glues or solvents.
Made in USA
HF Tire Changer
This is longer than I wanted it to be. They say the devil's in the
details, so for someone who's never used a manual tire changer, this may be
The first few seconds show quick snapshots of the process so you can see if
it's has the info you're looking for.
For a safer way to get the bead to seal, check out joshuaburks' vid
For dimension on the changer and the tool holder, here's another vid.....
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How to plug a Motorcycle Tire
Step by step directions to plug your motorcycle tire. If you get a flat on
a motorcycle you can plug the hole in order to get to the shop for a new
BIKEMASTER Tire Repair Kit
• Latest design of insertion gun, with more leverage than old piston
• Complete kit means you are ready to fix a flat on the road or at home
• Comes with insertion tool, plugs, awl, rubber cement and trimming
• Everything you need to make sure you make it to safety
• Durable carrying case included
• Manufacturer's lifetime warranty
Pocket Tire Plugger Repair Kit
This revolutionary new device easily installs mushroom shaped rubber plugs
into all tubeless tires while staying on the wheel. The Plugging device
'drives' the plug into the hole with a turning of the hex wrench. The plug
expands under pressure to fill the punctured area. A firm pull on the stem
with your pliers seats the mushroom head on the inner wall allowing no air
to escape. This technology insures maximum reliability while reducing your
downtime in any situation. Learn more and purchase at
Short video of how a "plug & Go" tyre plug helped a fellow rider on his way
Spotted this guy stopped at the side of the road into London on my commute
this week and spun back to see if I could help.
The biggest sod off bit of metal stuck in the rear tyre and completely
Offered to try a temp gum stick patch.
Removed the metal from the tyre with my pliers. The hole was huge, big
enough to push a Bic Biro into.
Didn't need to use the reamer tool to increase the hole size.
Added a little rubber glue (acts as a lubricant to help the plug go in)
Threaded the plug onto the application tool about 1/3 along the stringy
Forced the plug into the hole until approx 2cm of plug hanging out and then
gave it a few turns before pulling the tool out.
Normally I'd have used a lighter to melt the tail of the plug into the tyre
tread but didn't this time.
Used 2 of the CO2 canisters to inflate to enough to be rideable (make sure
you screw the connecting tube to the bike valve first then the CO2 canister
on and be prepared to screw it in fast as it will leak as it punctures and
get very cold. Warm the canister with your hands to get the last out and
then repeat with another canister.
The patch worked till the rider got to the next gas station a few miles
away and I advised him to put in 40PSI (to help hold the plug in place and
allow for any slight leakage)
Hopefully he got to Essential Rubber in London for a new tyre and got to
work on time.
The fix took 5 Min's to do.